As far as clothing goes, the new supplex-type shirts and shorts that a variety of manufacturers make work great. You can get away with a couple of shirts and a couple pairs of shorts or pants, depending on your preference, for a week's worth of fishing. It may sound odd, but you can wash the stuff every day in the sink, and it'll dry in a few hours. Plus it's very lightweight material. Keep in mind, though, that you may also need something dressier for the evenings. Some locations, even remote ones, may require men to wear pants and a shirt and women to wear a dress. Frontier's recommends two or three pairs of lightweight cotton or supplex shorts and two or three shirts in light colors, plus lightweight rain gear, a light jacket for cool weather, a hat, a pair of universal shoes like boat shoes, sandals or sneakers - and a pair of wading shoes. ''I've actually worn my flats boots as regular footwear so that I didn't have to pack them,'' says Wolfe. Angling Destination's clothing checklist is very similar for fishing attire, and both recommend some light, casual attire for evenings, depending on necessity. The key: If you don't need it, don't bring it - if in doubt, leave it. And besides, the fish don't care if you look wrinkled.